Water / Waterfront
Lighthouse was built in 1914 on granite boulders jutting out into Burrard Inlet in West Vancouver, Canada. The reinforced concrete structure replaced an earlier wood structure built in 1875. At the time of construction the design was considered innovative. It is now automated and still in use, situated in a forested shoreline park bearing its name.
This is one of the large ferries which transport people and vehicles between the British Columbia mainland and Vancouver Island. Horseshoe Bay is a pretty and very confined village, hemmed in by the mountains. The ferries create a strong presence in these narrow waters.
Enjoying the still time of the late evening, this fisherman just remained standing there, waiting and waiting. The quintessence of fishing. This image was made at Deer Lake, Burnaby British Columbia, Canada
Observed in Haarlem, Holland, while crossing a canal bridge, this man was fishing for his supper in the canal which runs behind his garden.
Here we have a log boom barge working the booming pens along the north arm of the mighty Fraser River, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The logs are floated the coast down in big rafts and then moored in the booming pens in the river and moved as needed into the sawmills along the river's edge
Looking downriver on the mighty Fraser River towards the Salish Sea, the mountains of Vancouver Island in the distance